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tax-favoured

adjective UK ( US tax-favored)
 
 
FINANCE, TAX
tax-favoured investments allow people to keep profits up to a particular limit without having to pay tax on them: ISAs were essentially set up to allow people on lower incomes to save in a tax-favoured environment. The measure will make it easier for employees and employers to contribute to tax-favored savings accounts.
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